At Scottish High, we have a clan system, wherein all stakeholder-students, teachers and parents are jointly responsible for the issues and concerns related to the students. The concept of clan in Scottish High International School has been adopted from Scotland.
To achieve our goal the students from class 1 onwards are divided into four clans:
Each Clan is a family comprising of Clan Elder, Clan Parent, Clan Prefects and students i.e Clan tutee. Clan Elders hold the responsibility of the entire clan and oversee all areas of learning. Clan Parent is the ‘Parent in school’ of each tutee. Just as the parents are connected to the child at home, the clan parent reaches out to his/her tutee emotionally and sensitively.
The Clan Parent is also responsible for:-
Being present at meals with tutees ensuring proper interaction and healthy diet.
Counseling at one to one level.
Liaison with class teachers and subject teachers to gain inputs on the academic front.
Constant contact with parents for regular inputs.
Motivating each tutee to participate in co-curricular activities for confidence building as per his/her talent and interest.
Keeping and submitting a regular record of each tutee’s bi-yearly performance.
Constant observation of students to select and recommend them to the Clan elder, for the student council and also the clan prefects.
Clan Elder, head of the clan, is a teacher who is responsible for overall development of the clan.
The Clan Elder is also responsible for:-
Looking after all the clan tutees and clan parents – their emotional and physical well being.
Allocate clan tutees to clan parents.
Ensure a check that the clan parent is in contact with clan tutee’s parents.
Constant observation of the tutees to select and recommend them in consultation with clan parents for the student council and also the clan prefects.
Chalk out in consultation with clan parent the duty charter for student council.
Student Prefectorial Council
Students Prefectorial council is formed from amongst the students. They are representatives of their respective clans. They are appointed to uphold the vision and mission of the school, who could represent the school body as and when required and hence assist and facilitate the overall administration of the school.